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DIVERSITY. Winthrop School School Committee Budget Presentation February, 2012. Finland’s Success.

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Diversity

DIVERSITY

Winthrop School

School Committee Budget Presentation

February, 2012


Finland s success
Finland’s Success

“Since the 1980s, the main driver of Finnish education policy has been the idea that every child should have exactly the same opportunity to learn, regardless of family background, income, or geographic location. Education has been seen first and foremost not as a way to produce star performers, but as an instrument to even out social inequality.”

Anu Partanen

The Atlantic 1/10/2012


Who are we
Who Are We?

(NCLB Report Card, 2011)


On the way to developing independent thinkers problem solvers and creative risk takers
On the way….to developing independent thinkers, problem solvers and creative risk takers


Curriculum development
Curriculum Development

  • Time for teams to meet

    • Within the course of the week

    • Staff meetings specifically designed for sharing and discussion

  • Professional agreements that include curriculum development

    • Weekly focus

    • Timelines and assignments


Instruction refinement
Instruction Refinement

  • Analysis team

    • Leading us by creating an intervention referral process and performing longitudinal analysis of student performance

  • Leading and lagging indicator identification

    • Provides a more efficient system by which to track student achievement data

  • Rapid Response Problem-Solving Model

    • Maximizes the knowledge of all professionals when seeking effective instructional methods


Achievement measures
Achievement Measures

  • Adequate Yearly Progress

NCLB Report Card 2011



Percentage of students averaging 2 or above on open response items
Percentage of Students Averaging 2 or Above on Open Response Items

(DART 2011)



Fiscal goals fy13
Fiscal Goals: FY13

  • Maintain reasonable class sizes Not realized

  • Provide professional resources required for our Co-teaching model

    Realized






Budget change over 5 years
Budget Change over 5 years

Total Budget +.6%

Salaries +.1%

Expenses -6%

Special Education +2.3%


Notable changes
Notable Changes

2 Classroom Teachers

Supply lines in ELA, Reading and Math

Staffing changes in Art

Closing the Library

Reduction in Special Education therapies

Phone system

Preschool-Fund source shift

.1FTE Math Specialist

Special education staffing-tuition-based students

Custodial


Title i funding
Title I Funding

Title I Funds

State and Local Funds


Realizing fiscal goals
Realizing Fiscal Goals

  • Reasonable class sizes-based on student needs

    3 Classroom Teachers

  • Full time curriculum development support

  • Ongoing, meaningful professional development for staff

  • Instructional media resources



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